Vintage 1950’s G Plan E Gomme Oak Dressing Table / Chest of Drawers
Boudoir dressing tables of yesteryear are having a renaissance! And this particular one, designed by E Gomme for G Plan as part of their Brandon range in the early 1950’s, is a fine example of the vintage dressing table. It features two spacious drawers and a top surface large enough for all manner of perfumes, lotions and powders. The mirror can be angled back and forth to get the perfect angle. It’s clever piece though as the mirror and its supports can also be removed to leave you with a neat chest of drawers that will stand flat against the wall. We particularly love the light oak veneer finish, a refreshing change from the darker, more masculine-looking teak that came into fashion from the 1960’s onwards.
This is an original piece that is ‘sold as seen’. It is in overall good, used condition. We have cleaned this piece and applied wax polish. It features two spacious drawers which slide with ease. The top drawer features a velvet-lined, removeable jewellery tray. We can see no repairs to this dressing table which is solid and sturdy. As you would expect from G Plan it’s a very well-made piece. There are some scuffs and marks from use here and there to the exterior wood, particularly to the top surface but nothing specific to call out. The original E Gomme for G Plan gold stamp can be seen inside the bottom drawer. The dressing table mirror can be angled. It can also be removed entirely and the piece used as a small chest of drawers. Please browse our photos for an accurate sense of the overall very good condition.
W: 76cm / H: 64cm / D: 46cm / Height to Top of Mirror: 126cm / Mirror W: 43cm